Tottenham Hotspur set to face PSG competition for Lautaro Martinez
Spurs, who currently possess the likes of Harry Kane, Bryan Gil, Lucas Moura, Steven Bergwijn, and Heung-Min Son, were trying to add another forward to their ranks this summer.
However, the San Siro outfit also lost Romelu Lukaku to Chelsea during that time and then took a U-turn on their stance on Martinez as they faced the prospect of losing both their strikers in the same summer.
Daniel Levy was making an active push all summer, but a deal could not be agreed, however, the North London outfit ‘will’ be expected to make a move for the striker when the transfer window opens again.
But, they will now face competition from French giants Paris Saint-Germain, who are weighing up a move for the Serie A forward if Kylian Mbappe does join Real Madrid next summer.
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While that is the case, it does not look like Martinez will join either club next summer as Inter Milan are planning on tying down the Argentinian to a new contract that will see the 24-year-old’s salary rise from €2.6million to €6.2million and tie down his future to the club until 2026.
Although Martinez is yet to sign a new contract, the North London outfit will have several obstacles if they do indeed plan on going back for the striker in the next transfer window.